This 30 foot sailboat on Lake Union is a unique way to experience Seattle.
There's two paddle boards, a gas stove, nice bbq, two sleeping births, a wrap around couch with optional table, a nice stereo, high speed Wifi, and a Smart TV with Netflix, HBO, and ESPN.
First to be clear you are renting the boat as a place to stay on at the dock. You are not renting the sailboat for going sailing or taking the boat away from the dock. If you're interested in going out on the water contact me for details.
* Memory foam mattress added to the
V-birth sleeping area
* New custom cushions through out
* New Sink in the kitchen
* New tempered plastic see through
Some things to know about the sailboat:
Great view of Lake Union
2 paddle boards available (Use at your own risk)
Nice Multi media on the TV including HBO 2 GO, Netflix, Amazon Prime, ESPN Network, and limited local network TV through a antenna
Wonderful Location with easy Seattle access
It's a big step up to the sailboat. It wouldn't recommend for anyone who has mobility issues.
The way you shower is the whole bathroom becomes the shower. So you need to move the toilet paper and any personal items out of there before you shower. It's a small space. The hot water tank is 6 gallons only so two normal length showers in a row works well but longer can be challenging.
There's a water holding tank that if you take more than 2 or 3 showers you will have to fill up. It's easy to do but a extra step most aren't use to.
There's a icebox instead of a refrigerator. So you'll need to grab ice to keep food/ drinks cold. There is a deli that sells ice that's at the marina.
The toilet is a pump style marine toilet. It's brand new and is easy to use. But again just something different than a traditional hotel.
There isn't a traditional door to open and close to the cabin of the sailboat. There is a clear tempered plastic slab that you need to lift out. It takes about 15 seconds to a minute to do the process.
If you're someone who likes unique situations and adventure then these extra steps might be something that actually add to your stay. For those of you that want a more traditional hotel stay this might not be for you. If you have specific concerns or questions don't be afraid to write to me and ask. :-)
Accès des voyageurs
It will depend. I usually get my guests the keys by using a lockbox. I always communicate with people who stay at my locations but sometimes it's just through messages and text. I have no problems meeting or talking with my guests about whatever they have questions about.
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